Located approximately 11 miles northwest of Aladdin, the Go Away Ranch is described by many as “The Pearl of Crook County.” This extraordinary retreat property contains 1,661± acres more or less and is bounded on the southwest, west and northwest boundaries by the Black Hills National Forest. Protected by a conservation easement, it offers a diverse mix of topographical landscapes including open meadows, wooded draws, rimrock ledges, and high plateaus, all of which offer outstanding wildlife habitat. Wildlife includes turkey, both species of deer, and migrating elk as well as geese, blue heron, mallard and wood ducks, bald and golden eagles, falcons, hawks, owls, bobcats, and mountain lions. Both Young Creek and the South Fork of Pine Creek flow through the property and provide water for two ponds where fishing is excellent for largemouth bass and bluegills. An exquisitely designed four-bedroom lodge, detached garage, barn, and corrals provide a complete set of structural amenities. Current owner has left nothing to chance in designing this exceptional getaway with wonderful views of the adjacent Black Hills National Forest.
Just the Facts
- Location: 11 miles northwest of Aladdin, WY adjacent to Black Hills National Forest
- Acreage: 1,661± deeded plus a 76 acre BLM lease
- Improvements: Four-bedroom custom designed lodge, detached garage, and 36’ X 102’ barn
- Amenities: 25 miles of trails, backup generator, underground power, exceptional privacy, and views
- Water Resources: Three-acre pond, five-acre pond, and two live year-round streams
- Wildlife: Both deer species, turkey, mountain lion, elk, bobcats, ducks, geese, falcons, golden and bald eagles
- Summary: Perfect retreat with exquisite improvements and great privacy
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